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Timothy’s Report
Thessalonians 3.6-10

Learning to read Paul is a bit like learning to enjoy great music. It’s quite easy to whistle a tune that you’ve heard on the radio or sung in church. The tune probably only lasts for ten seconds or so, and you can recognize and remember it. But many great composers have not only written wonderful tunes; they have woven them into much longer compositions – symphonies, concertos, operas and so on – in an astonishing variety of patterns, so that the pattern itself becomes a sort of new, larger tune, harder to whistle as you walk down the street, but even more satisfying when you can listen to it, understand what’s going on, and hear the large tunes and the small ones together and see how it all fits...

Taken from Paul for Everyone Galatians and Thessalonians – by Tom Wright

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